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How to import footage into procreate

How to Import Footage Into Procreate: Quick Tutorial

Knowing how to import footage into Procreate comes in handy in animation work!

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Here’s a quick and easy way to import footage into Procreate.

A Quick and Easy Tutorial on How to Import Footage in Procreate

Step 1: Tap on Photo & Select Video

How to import footage into procreate

Simply come up here, and tap on a photo.

Now, you will be taken to your photo library on your iPad and you can select any video and it will be imported as footage.

Step 2: Click on Use

How to import footage into procreate

Now you see here, it says to choose a video, and you have the option to tap use.

Once you tap that, it will slowly import the video into your Procreate canvas library.

And now you have the option to use this as the basis for animation.

Import Footages from Other Locations

How to import footage into procreate

You can also import from other places if it’s not on your camera.

If you go to imports, you will be able to access your iCloud and other libraries.

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Supported Video File Types for Import and Export in Procreate

Procreate is a digital illustration and painting app for iOS and iPadOS devices.

It allows you to import and export various file types, including videos.

You can import and export the following video file types to Procreate:

  • H.264 video: This is a popular video codec that allows you to import and export videos in the MP4, M4V, and MOV file formats.
  • ProRes video: Apple developed this high-quality video codec, and it allows you to import and export videos in the MOV file format.
  • Animated GIF: This file format allows you to import and export simple animations, such as looping graphics or short video clips.
  • MP4 video: This is a widely used video file format that can be imported and exported in Procreate.

It’s worth noting that the import and export options available in Procreate may vary depending on the device you are using and the version of the app.

If you are having trouble importing or exporting a particular video file type, you may want to check the Procreate support website or contact the Procreate support team for further assistance.

Final Thoughts

Now you can use any video that you like when creating animations!

If this tutorial helped you, why not check out our video on “How to Draw a Happy Fruit: An Easy Procreate Drawing Tutorial”.

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